Kill Hannah lost all their equipment when their van & trailor were stolen out of the parking lot. Vehicle has been recovered, but all the equipment is gone. They had to cancel their Phillie & New York shows.
Interview with Dan: http://bit.ly/3BygtW
For more on what happened and how to help, click here: http://tinyurl.com/ybbbu84
I got to meet Kill Hannah before the show. There were only three of us there from Kill Hannah Kollective, but the guys just seemed thrilled that there was anyone at all, rather than disappointed that there were only three fans. Not that we were the only fans there to see them specifically, because there were certainly some little chickies in the audience screaming for them! But the guys were great and seemed genuinely interested in meeting us, which was really cool.
They played the Garrick Centre here in Winnipeg on October 18th, along with Jet. I'd never been to this place as a music venue. It used to be a multi-plex movie theatre many years ago, thus the ‘70’s retro décor. They pulled out all the seats on the "floor" area, though left the sloping floor intact. The "balcony" area still has the seats. The projection room appeared to be the guys' dressing room, as I saw them going back there during the opening band and that's where they came from just before they went on stage.
Anyway, they ROCKED! They sounded miles better than the opening band. They started with Kennedy and then played a few from the new album. I honestly don't remember in what order, but I know they played New York City Speed, Strobe Lights, Radio and Acid Rain. Slowed it down a little with Black Poison Blood. Mat said as a thank you for being such a great audience, they wanted to play something everyone would know and they did Rebel Yell. That went over great with the audience! They finished up with Lips Like Morphine, during which Mat had the little chickies singing in the mike. I must say that Mat really knows what to say to win over the audience! The whole show was fantastic.
::sigh:: It was way too short! And I can't wait to see them again, hopefully sooner rather than later.
Wake Up The Sleepers was released on 09/29/09 and the proudest album of Kill Hannah’s career. Going back to the way things were when they were doing it themselves,m producing the album themselves and promoting the band after shows themselves, they return to that mentality and give fans what they are really looking for when it comes to their music and what to expect. The title, “Wake Up The Sleepers” is a call to the music industry as is is today, where people are caring less and only looking at the business side and forgetting what its all about; the music. This album is a fantastic mix of dance songs with heavier undertones and darker themes. The lyrics are more in depth and personal and Mat Devine’s vocals are on point all the way. This album is completely worth every penny. You may purchase the album at Killhannah.com, iTunes, and amazon.com.
love all music..you guys sound great...good luck...love your beat
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anybody who does The Church, does it their own way, and pulls it off well, is ok in my book. Nice sound guys.
loved you guys at maryland. you guys were my first concert. id love to see you guys again. you rock. you still r the top band i seen in concert. <3